Career Centre

CAREER ADVISOR

Career Advising services will be available to all students. This year the preferred method of communication will be through emails or phone calls. I will be using Microsoft TEAMS for meetings and workshops for financial awards. Contact me with questions regarding Post-Secondary, Career Planning, Financial Awards and Capstone. Have a great year!

CONTACT INFORMATION

email - korilea_soltys@sd33.bc.ca  
Phone - 604-795-7295 ext. 6024


SPECIALTY PROGRAMS

Rotary Youth Exchange Program is accepting application forms in Sept for the following year. If you are interested in attending High School in another country pick up a form at the Career Centre.

SHAD Summer Enrichment Program is a month-long summer program, in-residence at one of our Canadian host universities, focused on STEAM.  

Mini Med School is an opportunity to engage with researchers and clinicians at BC Children's Hospital in real-time.

Forum For Young Canadians allows students to be a part of a week behind the scenes of the world of federal politics.

Explore Program  is a five-week intensive French immersion program for students with any skill level in French, in Grade 11 or higher.

RCMP National Youth Engagement Week is a unique opportunity to experience five days at Depot, the RCMP's training academy in Regina. 

UBC Gearing Up provides an an All Girls Event for girls interested in Engineering.

Real Talk and Explore Careers promotes multiple paths to success: there are profiles representing career fields leading from college, apprenticeship, university, and grad school as well as profiles of young Canadians who have gone straight to work after high school.

Tuition waiver for Youth In Care and former Youth In Care. 

 

 

Information & Announcements

Student Dress Code

Clothing should be suitable for a school learning environment. Clothing and footwear should be comfortable and appropriate for students to participate safely in all school activities including physical education, science, cooking, and shops. Clothing should demonstrate a respect for the school community and the B.C. Human Rights Code. For example, articles of clothing that promote direct or indirect messages or graphics referring to alcohol, drugs, gang culture, sex, weapons, violence, or profanity will not be permitted.

Code of Conduct

The School Community at Chilliwack Secondary is encouraged to act in a responsible and socially acceptable manner.  Our goal is to provide opportunities for the optimum learning experience for all our students and staff in a safe and comfortable learning environment.

Field Trips
Events
| Link Day - Grade 9
| Photo Day
| Grade 9 Event
| Photo Retakes
| Orange Shirt Day